Maryland burglars use firefighter tools to break into CVS pharmacy: police

The two suspects used a Halligan pry tool and a 'jaws of life' rescue tool

Police in Prince George's County, Maryland, are searching for two people who used first responder rescue tools to break into a pharmacy Thursday morning.

The Bowie Police Department said officers were dispatched to a breaking and entering in progress at a CVS store on Crain Highway around 2:20 a.m., according to Fox 5 DC.

When officers arrived at the business, no one was inside or around the perimeter.

The department said officers immediately began reviewing the business's surveillance footage.

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A Google Earth image shows the CVS Pharmacy at 1910 Crain Highway in Bowie, Maryland.

A Google Earth image shows the CVS Pharmacy at 1910 Crain Highway in Bowie, Maryland. (Google Earth)

The security cameras showed two suspects dressed in black using a Halligan pry bar, which is a forcible entry tool used by firefighters, and a ‘jaws of life’ rescue tool to break into the store.

The suspects reportedly entered through the front door and left within three minutes of gaining access.

FILE - A firefighter uses the 'jaws of life' tool to remove the doors of a vehicle.

FILE - A firefighter uses the 'jaws of life' tool to remove the doors of a vehicle. (Creative Touch Imaging Ltd./NurPhoto via Getty Images)

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Store employees told police no items were stolen during the incident.

Police are investigating the identities of the two suspects and how they obtained the first responder tools. 

A firefighter portrayed on the show ‘Chicago Fire’ carries a Halligan pry bar, a forcible entry tool used by firefighters.

A firefighter portrayed on the show ‘Chicago Fire’ carries a Halligan pry bar, a forcible entry tool used by firefighters. (Adrian S Burrows Sr/NBC via Getty Images)

Further information has not yet been released.

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Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Bowie police at 240-544-5700.